Paul Golitzin, president and director of winemaking for Quilceda Creek Vintners, stands among barrels of wine at the Snohmish winery in January 2017. Quilceda is one of several businesses in Snohomish County that have used the assistance of the U.S. Export-Import Bank to secure sales of their products to foreign buyers. (Andy Bronson / Herald file photo)

Paul Golitzin, president and director of winemaking for Quilceda Creek Vintners, stands among barrels of wine at the Snohmish winery in January 2017. Quilceda is one of several businesses in Snohomish County that have used the assistance of the U.S. Export-Import Bank to secure sales of their products to foreign buyers. (Andy Bronson / Herald file photo)

Editorial: Help state’s diverse exporters keep making sales

Winemakers, software companies — and yes, Boeing — need the aid that the Export-Import Bank provides.

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